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April 4th, 2006

InPhase Sets Data-Storage Record

Abstract:
InPhase Technologies has claimed a major breakthrough in data storage, announcing that it has squeezed 515 GB of data into a single square inch of holographic media.

Industry experts said the achievement will have a huge impact on the future of data storage. The landmark accomplishment represents more than a twofold increase over the highest storage capacity attained in 2005.

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